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Great nursing program, however the 6 week sessionsNursing
Great nursing program, however the 6 week sessions are intense. Ask for tutoring if you need it as Spalding does have peer tutors. I do not regret going there at all. My only issue is the cost. Great school for someone who has learning disabilies as class sizes are small and professors are willing to work with you if you ask them to and explain your situation.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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The Financial Aid office is the least competentQuite BrightArt & Design Department
The Financial Aid office is the least competent collective of people I have ever met, and incredibly rude. The art program - Kentucky School of Art - is an absolute joke. They try to get away with things Spalding would disapprove of since they are housed by Spalding. The head of the Writing department is completely difficult to deal with, and constantly insists students join for over priced summer abroad programs.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2015
Useful Schoolwork: A+, Social Life: F
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I spent my junior and senior years atPsychology
I spent my junior and senior years at Spalding U after attending Jefferson Community & Technical College. Compared to the incompetent teachers and unmotivated students at JCTC, Spalding was a breath of fresh air. The professors are very knowledgeable and know students by name. The students are generally friendly and the diversity of the student body is vast. The actual classes are appropriate, relevant, and challenging. The buildings are clean and parking is plentiful. That being said, the administration really DOES suck. Good luck to you if you have some sort of paper/records/computer/technical problem. Also, the tuition is a little much.
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